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Reopening of the world’s largest flower garden in Dubai

This is news that will delight flower lovers and more generally all Dubai citizens. The Garden of Miracles has reopened its doors to visitors since 1 November 2020. Focus on this unique floral space.

Dubai’s Garden of Miracles is the largest flower garden in the world and one of the most popular attractions for tourists visiting the Emirati city. Located on the site of Dubailand, the park’s colorful facades attract a million visitors every year. The 72,000 m² flower park consists of more than 150 million unique flowers and about 120 different varieties of flowers.

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The park has many records to its credit, all of which have been approved by the Guinness Book of Records. The world’s largest vertical garden was created here in 2013, as well as the world’s largest flower sculpture, that of the Airbus A380 in 2016. If you had the chance to wander around the park during the Disney exhibition, you could have seen an 18-meter tall Mickey Mouse statue entirely made of flowers!

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Impressive innovations for reopening

Nature-loving visitors will be able to wander through the park’s multiple thematic spaces and admire the immense floral designs that make up the park while participating in the many related activities such as floral parades, street artist performances, and even nighttime entertainment.

Engineer Abdel Naser Rahhal, creator and co-founder of the Miracle Garden, said: “Every year, we challenge ourselves to create new and distinctive displays to keep Dubai’s Miracle Garden close to the hearts and minds of our visitors, providing them with an experience worthy of being shared with friends and family. This distinction we bring to our visitors, season after season, is the result of the creativity, commitment, and hard work of our team, whose goal is to achieve the highest level of recognition for the Garden of Miracles and to showcase Dubai as a premier tourist destination“.

In view of the current health situation, an important system has been put in place. The site will strictly monitor the body temperature of visitors entering the garden and hand sanitizers will be available in all areas. Social distancing rules will also be strictly enforced throughout the park.


Published on 13 November 2020

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